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Halo


Halo
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Copyright: Ninfa Urania (Ninfa_Urania) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 130 W: 30 N: 114] (867)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2004-06-07
Categories: Nature
Camera: Sony DSC P32
Exposure: 1/250 seconds
Photo Version: Original Version
Theme(s): Universe, L'univers, Universo, Universum [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2004-06-07 18:43
Viewed: 2856
Points: 12
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
This morning around the 11.30 am, I left to the patio to take pictures of dragonflies, they had many in the patio around 50 or more giving turns and turns, without stopping. I listened that my neighbor warned to her son on a ' eclipse', then I saw to the sky and I remembered what had chatted with Digimon and Jeppe (TrekEarth) last week on these well-known phenomenons as: Sundogs and Halos.
The following links was provided by Digimom:
http://ww2010.atmos.uiuc.edu/(Gh)/guides/mtr/opt/ice/sd.rxml
http://www.spacew.com/gallery/image002657.html

I have seen this as 5 times in my life but he/she had never had the opportunity to photograph him. First I took several pictures but I realized that my camera didn't have a filter to capture the image well. My mother lent me her eyeglasseses to be able to do this phenomenon with more clarity and for care.
Then I thought that if it used the eyeglasseses for my mother's sun and it placed them to the front of the finder of my camera it could capture this phenomenon. I placed another picture in TrekEarth:
http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/North_America/Mexico/photo64532.htm

Accessory: Filter: Eyeglasseses for the sun in my mother's color brown property.
The picture was taken to the 12.00 pm.

I adjusted shine and contrast. Change the size to 800 x 600 pixeles and I added a mark.

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A great shot,I've never seen this before.
I like the framing and the silhouettes of the leaves.
A great capture,very well done.

Hello Ninfa, this is a great shot of a halo, they are usually caused by the refraction of sunlight (or moonlight) as it passes through cirrus clouds.
The ice particles in these clouds, which produce these beautiful displays are almost always in the shape of hexagonal plates or columns. Most Halos Ninfa are positioned at an angular distance 22 degrees from the sun.
Good shot well done.
::M::

Hello my friend ninfa, you've taken a very good photo as i never have take ... congrats ... thanks a lot for your note to thaís, my daughter ... you were so kind ... see you ...

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  • letr Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1134 W: 420 N: 1093] (6670)
  • [2004-06-20 17:43]
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Impressive shot here.Excellent composition and good note. I like it !!

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  • Yod Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 102 W: 10 N: 73] (985)
  • [2004-07-30 21:00]

Great picture,as people say where there´s a will there´s a way,you didn´t have a filter but managed to get a perfect shot with sunglasses.Congratulations.Yod

en mi niñex nos decian que era la casa del sol, ahora se que es un fenomeno natural, que nunca pasara de ser bello.

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